Abortion: Right, Good Or Right?

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Abortion has been a debatable topic for quite some years now; even though no one could ever seem to come to a consensus on whether it is wrong or right, good or bad; abortion was made legal on January 22, 1973. Abortion takes away the right to life from the unborn, innocent baby, and having a baby is a true blessing from God, and it is a violent act that should never be legal under any circumstances; no woman should have the lawful right to abort a baby for her own selfish reasons .
Violent acts done deliberately should not be mistakenly represented as “rights”; they are an act of violence and should have consequences just like any other. Two of the male founders of the National Association to Repeal Abortion Laws were among the first to
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Nonetheless, in the 1960s, women were not considered to be as equal within the states as men. Sarah Weddington, a young lawyer in 1969, along with many other women by the late 1960s, viewed abortion as a women’s issue that was tied to winning quality for women in society.” (Caruana 17) Weddington thought this societal problem could be a victory for women; her, along with many others, felt that if they could get abortion approved, equality for men and women would be the same. “From Weddington’s point of view, the abortion laws-even the reformed laws in other states- took a woman’s control of her own body and gave it to the state and to physicians,” (Caruana 17). People in the 1960s believed and accepted throwing away millions of babies could prove they could make decisions for themselves and win over equality, and equality is definitely has nothing to do with taking another life or trying to prove that you have control over your own …show more content…
Defectable births? Babies are so innocent, and they are born with birth defects that affect them for the rest of their lives. How is it fair for them to have to live with something like that for the rest of their lives but not be aborted? God simply has a reason for everything He does; having a baby with a defect is not giving a free pass to abort the baby, but simply love what God has given you. Mothers and parents should cherish the time they have with the special gift sent from God, and some might ask: if a baby is going to be brain dead or not be able to walk or talk, death is better than them suffering each and every day and being made fun of, is it not? Absolutely not; any women who know ahead of time if something is going to be wrong with their baby, should not have the final say so over whether they can abort their baby or not, and no one should say that decision would be okay. Doctors and physicians should offer advice about clinics and therapies that could help once the baby

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